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A Data-driven Approach to Human-body Cloning Using a Segmented Body Database

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3 Author(s)
Pengcheng Xi ; Nat. Res. Council of Canada, Halifax ; Won-Sook Lee ; Chang Shu

We present a data-driven approach to build a human body model from a single photograph by performing Principal Component Analysis (PCA) on a database of body segments. We segment a collection of human bodies to compile the required database prior to performing the analysis. Our approach then builds a single PCA for each body segment - head, left and right arms, torso and left and right legs - yielding six PCAs in total. This strategy improves on the flexibility of conventional data-driven approaches in 3D modeling and allows our approach to take variations in ethnicity, age and body posture into account. We demonstrate our approach in practice by constructing models of a Caucasian male, an Asian male and a toddler from corresponding photographs and a Caucasian adult oriented database. We also discuss rapid consistent parameterization based on Radial Basis Functions (RBF) and non-optimization based learning systems to reduce execution time.

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Computer Graphics and Applications, 2007. PG '07. 15th Pacific Conference on

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Oct. 29 2007-Nov. 2 2007

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